Interfraternity Council

InterFraternity Council (IFC)

The goal of IFC and it’s officers is to promote cooperation, direction, and friendship among all members of the Greek community at USCA; and especially focuses on the needs and interests of all IFC organizations.  The five basic purposes of IFC are: to promote the interests of IFC fraternities in social, academic, and civic matters; to serve as the representation between IFC fraternities and other areas of the campus, community, student groups, administration, and civic/local organizations; to coordinate and regulate all joint on-campus and off-campus activities of the social fraternities; to serve as a fraternal forum for the exchange of ideas between members and organizations; and to accentuate all positive aspects of fraternal life.

For more information about IFC and the chapters at USCA contact IFC President, Brooks Flickinger at or the Greek Life Advisor, Angel Miano, at

Men interested in joining an IFC fraternity at USC Aiken must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA if they have less than 24 credit hours or a 2.0 GPA if they have 25 credit hours or more.  For more information about Fraternity Recruitment contact the Vice President of Recruitment for IFC, Michael Evans, at

Interfraternity Council


Brooks Flickinger

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Vice President of Recruitment
Michael Evans

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Vice President of Administration/Public Relations
Casey Sanders

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Calvin Riddell

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